Photography for Pike School web site and publications.

Now and Then: How has parenting changed since you were a child?

by Head of School Muddy Waters How ironic that the most important job of my life is the one for which I have no...
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Who has a math brain? Do you? Does your child?

by Head of Middle School Marisa Schnirman and Lower and Middle School Math Coach Megan Zink “I am not a math person. My brain...
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(Almost) A Week in the Woods

by Middle School Teacher Ed Santella Each year, The Pike School sends its fifth-graders, and their intrepid teachers, to Center Tuftonboro, NH for a...
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Clamoring for Middle School Clubs

by Fourth Grade Teacher Mary Spaulding Day 5 in the Middle School is a big day. Each morning when students arrive in their classrooms...
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Closing the Door and Opening the Windows

by Literacy Coach for Lower and Middle School Sharon Libront As I closed my classroom door last June for the very last time, I...
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Learning to Study or Studying to Learn?

by Upper School Science Teacher Rob Smith Transitioning to the Upper School usually entails learning at an increased pace with multiple teachers, and with...
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A Love of Learning

By Lower and Middle School Art Teacher Emily Sandagata It was early Monday morning after the first week of school. I was getting the Art...
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The Invisibility of Water

by Upper School Science teacher Tina Morris …water has achieved an invisibility in our lives that is only more remarkable given how central it...
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Parenting and Technology

by Jennifer Zacharis The thoughtful integration of technology by teachers in all of our classrooms at Pike has enhanced our student’s ability to learn,...
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If School is Fun, is Rigor at Risk?

by Colleen Welsh From the day school opened on September 6th, I have been observing students in the hallways, in classes, at lunch and...